Helping Your Child At Home

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    There are many ways you as a parent can help your child beyond school. Below:

    HA Home Access

    Once you are given a username and password, you can login here and access your child's information here. If you do not have a username or password, please click here and you will be able to login. You will access your child's grade, discipline, and absences. 


    Please click Home Access Video to stay informed of your child's progress. 

    Para español haga clic en Home Access Spanish para que este informado en el progreso de su hijo. 


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    The Children’s Learning Institute (CLI) is a leader in the development of research-based tools to improve early education quality. In 2014, CLI partnered with state agencies to build a platform that could deliver these tools to a greater number of programs. This platform, CLI Engage, now houses free resources for educators and families of children ages 0-6. You can start accessing the FREE tools here. 


    Khan Khan Academy

    Khan Academy offers free exercises, instructional videos, and a personalized learning dashboard that helps students study and learn at their own pace. The subjects they cover include math, science, computer programming, history, art history, economics, and more. You can start accessing the FREE tools here. 


    HLP    Houston Public Library Help

    Houston Public Library offers Live Homework help 24/7. You can directly chat with a librarian or staff member that can help you answer any questions regarding school work. You can chat directly with an online tutor here. 


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    SAT and ACT preparation

    For more information about the redesigned SAT exam, please see your campus College & Career Readiness counselor. You can also download the materials located here or visit the College Board Website.

    Get extra help for the PSAT and SAT exams at the KHAN ACADEMY PSAT/SAT prep. Registration is free.

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    U.S. Department of Education


    Building on her commitment to empower parents and guardians with relevant, transparent information on their local schools, U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos released a resource guide to understanding state and local report cards required by the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA)

    “This guide demonstrates our ongoing commitment to providing parents with user-friendly tools and the information necessary to make informed decisions,” said Secretary DeVos. “Informed parents become empowered and engaged parents who are able to better advocate on behalf of their children.”

    On Nov. 8 and 9, the Department’s Office of Educational Technology hosted a Report Card Design Challenge. The event invited web content creators to design user-friendly, easy-to-understand report card landing pages and per-pupil expenditure pages. To learn more about the design challenge, click here.

    To find all ESSA resources, including a parent's guide to ESSA, click here


    The College Transition Guide for ESL Students

    This guide provides a general overview of ESL, together with over 50 great resources for students, parents and teachers to take advantage of.


    ESL/ELL Resources to Succeed in School

    This guide provides a general overview of ESL, together with over 50 great resources for students, parents and teachers to take advantage of.


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    Start Smart Texas- Parent Engagement Program

    Kids don’t come with an instruction manual. Wouldn’t it be nice if your families could receive free parenting tips in their Twitter feed? Parenting tips that they could easily incorporate in everyday life?

    All they must do is follow Start Smart Texas on Twitter @StartSmartTX and they will receive just that! For more information, download this flyer